If the person has high blood sugar, a little more sugar won't make a lot of difference but if they have low blood sugar, intravenous glucose will save their life.
What does LBS stand for?
LBS stands for Low Blood Sugar
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We have 178 other meanings of LBS in our Acronym Attic
- Local Bike Shop
- Location Based Service (Lucent)
- Logic-Based Switching
- Lokales Bibliothekssystem (German: Local Library System)
- London Borough of Southwark (UK)
- London Borough of Sutton (UK)
- London Business School (UK)
- Long Beach State (California State University Long Beach)
- Loss-Based Buffer Sharing
- Lotus Brokerage Services (Chicago, IL)
- Lycee Bahadurabad School (Pakistan)
- Loss-Based Buffer Sharing with Frame-Level Packet Discard
- Laboratory for Biological Systems Analysis (Drexel University)
- Laboratory of Biophysics and Surface Analysis (University of Nottingham's School of Pharmacy, UK)
- Latino Business Student Association
- Latino Business Students Association
- Laura Baker Services Association
- Lebanon Baseball Softball Association (Lebanon, Ohio)
- Legislative Branch Support Agencies
Samples in periodicals archive:
We are advised by the company that produces our insulin about how we can get out of these low blood sugar attacks.
Meals to Live's Glucose Quick Sticks come in two tasty flavors, watermelon and sour apple, and can be taken on a moment's notice without liquid to correct low blood sugar quickly and conveniently.
A single episode of low blood sugar severe enough to require prompt medical attention increases a person's risk of developing dementia in old age, a study in people with diabetes suggests.
Hypoglycemia — low blood sugar levels — can cause confusion, fainting, a coma and even death if it’s untreated.
Sir - i write with reference to your report of the death of Mr Alan Viles of Caerphilly, a type 1 diabetic, in a car accident, possibly because of low blood sugar levels (Western Mail, December 14).
Contraindications and adverse events In clinical studies of acromegaly, some patients experienced diarrhea, abdominal pain, flatulence, constipation, nausea, vomiting, pain at injection site, slow or irregular heart rate, and high or low blood sugar levels.
Low blood sugar can develop over the period of less than an hour to just a few minutes.